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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [proposed merger] Date Submitted: [ 8 March, 2006 ] Source: [ Chun-Ting Chou ] Company [ Philips ] Address [ 345 Scarborough Rd, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510 ]

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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Submission Title: [proposed merger]

Date Submitted: [8 March, 2006]

Source: [Chun-Ting Chou] Company [Philips]

Address [345 Scarborough Rd, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510]

Voice:[914 945 6099], FAX: [914 945 6330], E-Mail:[[email protected]]

Re: [N/A]

Abstract: [Summary of agreements and proposed merger]

Purpose: [Summary of agreements and proposed merger]

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Chun-Ting Chou, Philips


A1 beaconing

Master (PNC/FFD) Area Networks (WPANs)

Slave (DEV/RFD)

Control & Data path

Data path

Mesh Control & Data path

Mesh Data path

A1: Beaconing

  • All mesh-capable devices (including PNC and DEV) should send beacons

  • All beaconing devices may be considered as “PNCs” and therefore, SOP has to be solved

2

1

6

A

5

C

3

7

4

8

B

9

Inter-piconet

Communications

Source: Michael Sim’s presentation

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A2 distributed solutions for sop

Alignment Area Networks (WPANs)

C

B

A

“beacon period”

A2: Distributed solutions for SOP

  • No parent/child/neighbor relationship (distributed, peer-to-peer solutions for SOP)

A’s Superframe

Source: Michael Sim’s presentation

B’s Superframe

A

A

B

B

C

C’s Superframe

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A3 alignment of superframes
A3: Alignment of superframes Area Networks (WPANs)

  • “Protection” via CTA is based on superframes are aligned & synchronized

  • Alignment

    • Medium slot boundary or superframe start time

  • Synchronization

    • distributed nature of both solutions

    • clock drifting

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Issues being addressed
Issues being addressed Area Networks (WPANs)

  • Alignment

    • Where to align? (both solutions have pros and cons)

    • What to consider? (complexity, power consumption, efficiency)

  • Synchronization

  • Support of CAP

    • Mandatory or optional?

    • How?

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Proposed merger
Proposed Merger Area Networks (WPANs)

  • When a beaconing device powers up, it scan for at least one superframe and shall attempt to join the existing beacon group, if any (better performance)

  • When two beacon devices (or two groups) observe each other, they shall “cross protect” each other’s beacon transmission (reduced complexity)

Chun-Ting Chou, Philips


Power consumption
Power Consumption Area Networks (WPANs)

Wake-up time

(~5 ms)

Tx/Rx turnaround time

(~10 us)

Tx/Rx turnaround time +Guard time

(~20 us)

Beacon

Beacon

A

B

C

A

B

C

(Tx/RX) 300 mA

Power = 70*300*3 + 2000*60*3

=63000+360000 = 373000

(Standby) 60 mA

(idle) <1 mA

N=3, improvement =194%

Make it conservative: Wake up time = 2 ms

(Tx/RX) 300 mA

Power = 80*300*3 + 2000*60

=72000+120000 = 192000

(idle) <1 mA

When N increases, improvement increases ( 327% for N=6, 587% for N=infinity)

Chun-Ting Chou, Philips


Qos support for delay sensitive apps
QoS Support for delay-sensitive Apps. Area Networks (WPANs)

  • Less fragmented superframes

  • Fragmented superframes

With less fragmented superframes, PNCs are able to accommodate more time- sensitive applications/streams via CTA re-configuration

Delay Requirement

A

B

C

A

CAP/MCTA or BP

With fragmented superframes, the number of sensitive applications/streams can be admitted via CTA re-configuration is limited, even sufficient amount of CTA exists

A

B

C

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Backward compatibility
Backward Compatibility Area Networks (WPANs)

  • Do we need a CAP? Why not

  • How to provide a CAP and its functions

    • Association CAT (slotted Aloha or CSMA/CA)

    • Open MCTA (slotted Aloha or CSMA/CA)

    • Open CTA (slotted Aloha or CSMA/CA)

  • How does a PNC do?

    • For mesh-capable PNC (use content access CTAs listed above)

    • For “legacy” PNC (they do whatever they like)

Chun-Ting Chou, Philips


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